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"IV CH3CERY AND SALC
j JfStOI'ESED IN" -
! ;:n Maud's Xew Brirli ItuilUiig!
? J.l li. SEUUi.XG,
RESPECTFULLY informs hi. OM l
! J Customers and tit Public genernlU , ( 1
p- 'i that he has sgaiu gone inlo the Gro- -r-vV)
! eery Business, ud ha not opened ' I
: - . ' . i
" OSB OF THE MOST BXTES8IVE S Z. -V
Blocks of Groceries!
eveT brought to this market, with esu'ei J riftrsnce
to supply the wants of the cithern of Snudushvaud
anvHn counties. - . ...
This stock consists in part of
Sugars, 5 Coffee, " Ten?,
Spices, Topper, ; Euisins, .
Tobacco, Segars, tc, &c
together with complete end large -assortment of
the hest ever opened in Fremont, the issertion of
bogus" dealers in this article to the contrary not
withstanding. . - .
, NUTS, FRUITS AND PRESERVES,
of tli rarest kinds, will be be found at my store.
Kemonade, Mead, Cronk and Bcer
caa be had el a moment's notice. ;
FresibBaked Bread, Cake, Pies,
and Biscuit always kept on hand. Families wtsh-
. accommodated with a superior article and on the
most liberal terms. -- -
But I have neither time nor the printer room in
- bis paper, u.. numerate the sixth part of the arttcb s
kept by me, and can only avk that the discrimina
ting public' s ill give me a call and judge for them
selves, feeling satisfied that I can render entire sat
isfaction to all both as to prices and quality-. --
Fremont, June 15, 1850. - ' 14
JOY TO THE WOBLW!
Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain-killer.
For the instant enre and entire eradication of all pain
INTERNAL ASD KXKERNAL RKMKDY.
No matter where the pain isor of what Bator
, this iy reach it. '. .
Beware of Counterfeits! Caution!!
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against mail
ing application for, or purchasing Djtvis' Pais
Km of D J, Sa.iroRD Gmeonr, jrjj of Mau
mee City, . .
Ha was formerly an agent for the sale of the gen
nine medicnes but recently it has come to the
knowledge of the proprietors 'that he is manufuc
. taring and vending SPURIOUS ARTICLE,
putting it up nearly in the same stylo as the genu
ine, publishing a pamphlet copying onr directions
nearly verbatim, and using one of the heads of out
advertisements," (" Irstakt Cdrc cr Pats ") as a
uarne for his spurious compound. .
In order more eaccesf fully to carry on this outra
geous fraud he has within the past two weeks, made
spoliation to oar western office at Cincinnati, for
another supply of the genuine to sell io those he
cannot gull with hia spurious stuff, out his agency
is hereby revoled,'and he. will not receive any
further supply of the Genuine, and all porsoos
who valne life and health, and wish to purchase
the genuine PERRY DA VIS' PAIS
KILLER, must see that alikeness of the orig
inal inventor is on each bottle, and purchase of
such agents only as are named below- . .
1. N. Harris. General Agent, New London, Con
necticut, Mav 4th, 1850. ....Western Office, No.
7, College Building, Cinciunsli, T. 11. C Allen,
Superintfndent. . . . . Chas. Powers &. Co , agents
ia Woodville. .... Gideon Hatch, agent for Ball
vilie: and S. BUCKLAND & CO.,
Jone 22:3m Bole agents foi Fremont.
IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED Br ,: . '
- U. S. 1. HOWE,
Seeds but one trial to establish its merit as the
. BEST SARSAPARILLA.
EVER discovered for the cure of the numerous
diseases arising from a debilitated and derang
ed state of the system.- . -
Female complaints, Liver complaints. Scrofula,
JBdes, Pimples or pustaiea on the face, chronic sore
Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism,
pains in ths bones or joints, and all diseases arising
from aa injudicious use of mercury. .
1'itrif y tbc Blood and all is well.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Columbus, Indiana, June 5th, 1850.
Messrs. S. -D. Hoyt &. Co. Gentlemen: About
si months since I was attacked with what my fam
ily physician called Bilious Pneumonia, which be
came seated deeply on my luugs, and after my phy
sician had brokeu up the fever my longs still seem
ed to be seriously effected. 1 hsd noappetite what
' ever; my ekia seemed to have lost its action and
function, there, was no perspiration, aud in fact oiy
elf as well as my friends had given me up as incur
able, in conseqnence of my complexion of disease.
and age, which ts about suty years, until one ol my
neighbors called to see me, who some four mouths
ince was afflicted similarly to myself, and had pur-
' chasad a couple of bottles of Da. S. 1). Howe's
Compound Extract or SaKSAriRiLLA, and it gave
her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur
chase a bottle and try it. 1 dona so more to gratify
my friends than that I had any expectation of being
benefited by the medicine, but before 1 had taken
the whole of one bottle my strength and appetite
jbegan to improve rapidly as welt as my skin, began
to perform its proper function. I purchased the
second bottle, and by the time it waa alt taken I
-was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed for
the hurt twenty years. Mrs. L. M'KINNEY.
. ' . Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi-
-. sua certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's
Shakes Sassaharilla in his private practice and
recommends its use for all diseases arising front a
vitiated state of the blood and system. Such testi
mony is of more real value than pages of ordinary
advertisements. ' "
The great success which has attended the use of
' Dr. S. D. Howe's Shsker Santa parilla since iu in
troduction io the western states, has established its
charactsr in this sectioa of country.
This is the only Sarsaprilla that acts on
-the Liner, Kidneys and Blood at the same time,
and hence its sinaular efficacy and success. Be
ure and get Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsa
parilla and take no other.
- Quart Bottles $ t per bottle or or 6 bottles for $5,
FOR SALE BY
S. BUCKLAXD & CO.. --
Fremont, Sandusky county. ,
. - TVfieldea & Rhodes, Sandusky city, -
George Ebert, Tiffin, . And by "
DR. & D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors,
No. 1, College Hall, Cincinnati. O.
T whom all orders must be addreewd. " 17
. . : Agency of Dr. SV S. Fitch,
707 Broadway New Vork. r
. T-IOR SALE Hia Patent Stiver Plated Abdom
-JO inal Sonportor, Patent ateel spring shoulder
brace. Silver Inhaling Tube, and l.eelureaon ton-
bfi mntinn A.c
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and
weed by htm, with or without the instruments, in
the treatment ol
Pulmonary Consumption,' Asthma, : -Heart
Scrofula, .-7 '1 j Piles, : Prolapsus,
Debility, ." Female Complaints, -Spinal
Wectnftss, Coughs, Colds, Catarh,
Ku4 all aimilnr diseases. -
The instruments are the best of their kind and
vw.rrnied airainst all defrct. The medieines are
carefully prepared by Dr. Fiteh, and all, whether
ward together or each article separately, will bear
comparison wiln, ana Do roBnu
'"" Superior to any similar article,
ieiug made for use aud not merely for sale.
Full directions iri
DR. FRCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS,
which is give away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag
es. All to be had of the onlr duly authorized
gent for Bel'evue, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Geo.
tcbert. For sole in Fremont, by
STEPII. BUCKLAND 4 CO.
, t . June 8, 1850 12-ly - - ; -
F. & F. V1NDERC00K:
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS ,
In all kinds of Produce;
as ilu k 1 1 itsnd
BorraerlTOCcnpied by Dickenson & V.Doren.
December 5. IR49- " '
ASH paid for Laud Warrants, at
TT'2t choicest Liqnors and Wines for Medicinal
J and Mechanical purposes for sale ai
FRF, MO NT .
DURING the late visit of Mr. KENDALL, he
made arrangements for the opening of a
I J -O OALI)Eio T i n S-remoiit,
on a most extensive scale. - ' j
Finding the spacious Ware Rooms which (bey
now recti py too small to accommodate this addition
to their business - -
have rented the large building formerly occupied by
Mr. Morehouse, and intend using it for the
Purchase and Packing of WOOL for San
. dusky and the adjoining counties.
They hope to ofler inducementto the surround
ing countrv to bring to this market their entire din
the present season, as Mr. Kendall has made
Arrangements with Eastern Operators,
which will enal&j them to pay the very highest
prices the market witrVomtnsnd. Thev are thus
determined TO FULFILL THE PLEDGES ne
nfler another, which they at first made to the pub
tic, bo that their Establishment shall indeed be
Head Quarters !
where the whole farming interest iu all this section,
cat. buv and sell to this
GREATEST AD V A STAGE.
The Cargoes of Wheat, Oats and Com
Tar wi'ich-they have thin seasnn paid out the
rock, have brooght farmers from Seneca.
Hancock, and many of the surroundinrr counties;
and the constant throne at their counters fullv
demonstrates that they can here purchase their
Cioous cheaper man any wlierc else
itl all this section of the counlr The Ekkr
Battallions hare just arrived, bringing
an immense assortment and many ar
ticles at Greatly Reduced Prices,
.-. so that they can now sell IRON for
Wigors, all round at $4. Prime Bhowh
Sugar, sixteen and twai.tr pounds for $1.
Good Moi.asskb, at 31c; best Suqak-Housk. only
40c; aud niatry of the othei great staples at uu
Tn cousequence of the wonderful success at Mead
Quarters, it is expected that counterfeiters will be
very plenty the coming season; in fact some excel
lent imitators bnve alradr made their appearance
in the shape of fiagp, signs, mottoes. &c , &c. , but
it is all "iiofro," for the people understand that
these "bogusers" are no more like the genuine
: OLD CASH STORE,
T1TI (B TtO r T i3
than a 'brass button' is tike a real 'California.'
They must b excused, however, from all
- criminal intentions, since it is evident
' - that they did not know but what
the Express" Hine run by
Te!egraph.M. Bring on
8 3 therefore, vour Oats, H P
Wheat, Corn and Wool for the
; CASH STANDETH WAITING!
Fremont, May 25, 1850. -
r j E 17 GOODS!
J . S. OLMSTED,
At his Old Stand on the Turnpike,
V " . OPPOSITE WHTLER'S TAVERN.
B BLACK, Brown. Bine and Mixed cloth, black,
mixed and fancy cassimeres, blue, black, and
mixed satinetts, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth,
red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gimghams, al
paccas, aud lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand
kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress
goods for thejadies that the New York market can
afford. Blea'ched aud brown
Shirtings, " .; . Canton Flannels,
Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses,
: Sewing Silk, ." Checks, Testings,
Twist fc thread, Comforters,
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
" Traveling Bags,
' " Waddings, Battings,
" Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp,
Carpeting, and almost every description of
Dry Goods that are kept in the Western Country.
Tea, coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
. cloves, cinnamon, starch, salceratus,
. madder, indigo, alum, &c.
Cros-cut, mill, hand aud wood-saws; cross-cut,
mill, and hand-saw files; Sweed's iron,
fiat and round bars; cut and wro't
nails; band & hoop iron;
cast, spring, &
American steel; Ames'
shoveli. hay and manure forks;
nail rods; White's Simmons' and Collins
cast steel axes; besides an extensive assortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as,
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws; dooi hangings and trimmings, dec, dec.
Boots and Shoes,
a very great variety and warranted water proof.
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, die; all of the
above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex
changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Kye, 1 imothy.
Cloveror r ax-seeds, Hides, sheep pelts, Butter,
Usrd, r.ggs, tallow and yvax
Fremont, November 3, 184f 34
Fremont Cash Store.
I TlHE subscriber has just received a larga and
I well selected stock or ;
Spring avib Sttmmer oobs,
purchased entirely for cash,
Since the Great Decline,
in the Eastern Market
'In consequence of large importations and s light
demand in the early part of the aeason Goods
Declined in prices from 13 to 20 pcrct.;
which wil enable them to be sola for less than was
paid by those who unfortunately purchased too
Fashionable Dress Goods of all descriptions.
Turk Satins, .
Gro de Rine and Italian Silks cheaper than
Sljawls from Cs. to $12, the most splendid as
sortment ever exhibited in this market
Boncts at less than hatf the usual prices.
Artificial Flowers and Ribbons, direct from
HOOTS AND SHOES,
the best and finest that could be found in market,
t;nd will be sold at a very small commission from
First cost and Warranted.
Hardware, - -
-- ' Ii 'i), -.
. Glass, ,
- : ; Salt,
: - - . Leather, and a
large and magnificent stock of -
pnrohasf-d direct from the manufacture! thus sav
ing' the Jobber's ten per cent profit, which will be
sold without regard to profit or toss.
In a word, Ladies and Gentlemen, call and ex
amine Goods and prices and you will be satisfied
this is the plce
" To bfif Goods Cheap. : " ' '
A. B. TAYLOR.
Birchard &. Dickinson's Old Corner.
Fremont, May 15, IflSO. -
LANK BOOK1), full bound Ledgers, Journals,
Dockets, Cash and invoice books, at
. " Bockiand'b.
CARPENTERS can find Hand saws, Draw
knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons,
Nail Hammers, Hatchets. &c. of the best quality at
,: Hathis' Cbeaf Siorn.
FAUMIXG LANDS FOR SA1YE. !
miHE SUBSCRIBER wjJl sell the follow-
ra i j :i i Ti . . v .
nig ueacnueu r akmino IjANDB on me
most reasonable' terms, both as to priHe and
credit: . :
8AKDDSKY COUSTT : 8AVDUSKT TOWNSHIP.
K, Tp. Sec. : ""; ' Acres
23 s part seqr) kn'n as day town
' 26 w pt ft e qr J . improved 139
17 s e qr of s e qr
20 sw qr ne qr
" e hlf nw qr
32 e qr sw qr
lis fraction se quarter
1 3 sw fraction
13 w part nw quar
14e part fraction
" south nart fraction -
23 north part north east quar
24 north part north west quar 78
20 soutn east traction iuo
38 east hlf north west quar 80
" west hlf north cast quar 80
A number of the above tracts of land are
improved and 'within one and two miles of
north hlf south east qr
north west quarter
west hlf north east quarter
north east qr south west qr
north east qr south west qr
east half -north
north hlf south west quar
north half noth east quar
south east south west qr frac 49
south half south east quar 80
south west quarter
west hlf soutn east quar
west hlf south west quar
north east quarter
frac esc se qr a exc ne qr
west blf south west qr )
west hlf north west qr j
This tract has about 40 acres improved. 138
R. Tp. Sec
13 4 26
ii ii ii
" " 35
ii - ii
south east qr north east qr 40
east hlf south east qr 80
south cast qr north east qr 40
east hlf south west quarter 80
north east qr north west qr 40
sonth east qr north east qr 40
R. Tp. Sea
13 6 10
a u 9
ii ii g
t. ii it
" " 10
west hlf south east quar 80
west hlf north east quar 80
east hlf south cast quar 80
north west quarter .160
east hlf south west qr 80
west hlf north east qr 80
north east qr north west qr 40
ii ii easf jjjr suth east quarter ) -
10 acres improved, and log house, j
" " 15 north hlf north east quar 80
" " " north hlf south east qr 80
" " " south hlf south east qr 80
" south west half 160
" " south hlf north west qr 80
ii ii ii north east qr north west qr 40
" 17 sourh hlf north esst qr 80
f " 22 north hlf north west qr 80
" " sonth hlf noth west qr 80
" " " north hlf south west qr 80
nortn hlf north east qr 80
" " 25 north west qr north jvest qr 80
16 5 1 7 west hlf south east qr 80
R. Tp. See. Part . Acres.
15 4 1 n e pt und of 50 acres improved
" " 27 west hlf south east quarter 80
GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP.
16 4 17
north hlf north east quarter
north west qr south east qr )
10 acres improved. j
north west quar )
50 acres improved. J
east hlf south west qr
west hlf south eest qr
west hlf north east qr -east
hlf north west qr
16 5 23
tt tt tt
tt tt u
15 6 25
it ii tt
it tt tt
south west hlf north west qr 80
north hlf sonth west qr 80
east hlf south east qr 80 "
north west qr north east qr 40 1
west hlf south west qr 80 f
16 " 30
16 6 30
it tt tt
tt U tt
as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd J
north east qr south west qr . . 40
north west qr south east qr 40
north east qr north west qr 40
See. " Part. .
21 north hlf n e quar
" west hlf s e quar
22 north hlf n w quar
3 north hlf west half s e qr
4 south hlf s e quar
5 south east qr a w qr
C south east quar
11 south hlf n w quar
north hlf s w quar
14 north west quarter
- 23 s e quar s e quar
1 north hlf it w quar
1 wast part
south east quar
south hlf n e quar
2 north hlf s e quar
P2 south part n e quar
35 south hlf s w quar
36 south west quarter
6 north east quarter
east hlf n w quar
north hlf s w quar -
". north hlf s e quar '
- south e quar s e quar
1 north w quar frac
south hlf n e quar " r
2 east fraction
south hlf n w quar frac
east nlf s w quar
west hlf fraction
north east quar frac
north hlf s e quar
north hlf fraction
north hlf s e quar
south hlf -north
cast hlf n w quar
13 north east quarter
14 South hlf
14 north east quarter
1 1 south half
12 north east quarter
north hlf s w quar
north hlf s e quar
13 south half
north hlf n w quar
20 whole ;
28 south half "
32 north hlf '
34 north hlf
35 north hlf n w quar
30 south half
32 west half
north east quarter '
33 north half -
14 C 25
II M M
it a it
ii ii ii
ii a u
it it 29
- " 33
ii , ii
" " 80
60 acres improved
30 south w ar n w or frac d9
14- 4 north hlf w quar 80
6 south cast quarter 160
6 south wes't quarter 156
8 31 south hlf n e quar 80
north hlf s e quar 80
7 6 north w quar s e quar' 40
7 north east quar 160
north hlf n w quar 78
8 south west quarter 160
10 north hlf s equar 80
12 south half 320
13 north east quarter 160
north hlf n w quar 80
north w quar s e quar 40
north e quar s w quar 40
14 north east quar 160
north hlf s e quar 80
15 west half 320
south east quarter 160
- 6 7 north c qr s w qr frac 44
21 south hlf s w qurr 80
south w quar n w quar 40
north e quar n w quar 40
7 5 north hlf s w quar 80
R. T. Sec Part. Acres.
9 4 5 south half 320
7 west half fraction 319
18 north w quar fraction 159
7 6frc 24 north half " 320
11 13 whole fractional 382
- 14 do do 270
12 4 22 south hlf s e quar 80
United states Reserve at Perrysburgh, un
divided two thirds of the west half south cast
quarter, 54 acres; and undivided two thirds
south west quarter.
R. T. Sec. - Part . Acres.
13 2 1 west half s e quar 80
east hlf s w quar 80
10 west hlf s e quar 80
cast hlf n e quar 80
11 west hlf n w quer 80
12 north hlf n e quar 80
14 . 5 west hlf n e quar 80
north west qvarter 160
. north hlf s w quar 80
6 east hlf n e quar 80
south east quarter 160
south hlf s w quar 80
7 north hlf n w quar 80
north w quarn e quar 40
It. P. BITCKXAXW.
FREMONT, Sandusky co. Ohio )
April 13, 1850 )
(! II E A I E 11 YET!!
New Store Store in Fremont, Ohio!
THE subscriber is just receiving at his shop on
Main street, between Fre'd Vandercook' store
and Sebting's grocerv, any quantity of
PREMIUM, NIAGARA, HOT-AIR,
Hathaway s improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves,
and better than all, Wilhson's & Co.'s
Principal Patents in 1837, '38, '42, '47, & '49.
The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en
tire confidence, claim for it the merit of being the
very best in the world, either as to economy, conve
nience, or durability. Call and examine it, and sat
isfy yourselves. .
I offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance
above cost, and with every variety of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
and will furuish on reasonable terms,
Eave-trough, Gutter and Conductor Pipe,
and all articles in my line warranted to be what I
Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to
call before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter
mined to make it an object for them to do so. I
will also pay a fair price for all kinds of merchanta
For any quantity of Slicep Pelts.
O. H. FUSSELMAN.
October 13, 3I-6m.
COME IN, WE CALL YOU!
HEW FIRM, iBW GOODS, AXD
How JnTgmni1te I
ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.,
H HAVING taken the old stand of J, R. Pease,
and purchased the entire stock of Pease &
Roberts, are now having it replenished with the
latest and most desirable patterns of
COOK, HALL, PARLOR,
Air-Tight, Six-Plate and Box Stoves,
ever offered in this market, which will be sold at
Wholesale or Retail;
to suit purchasers, and for which we will take your
Hides, bkins, Kags, Beeswax, lallow, tc
Old Stoves bought and sold, or exchanged for
Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's
Brick Block. JNo. It at the sign of the btove.
N. B. For particulars call at our establishmeat;
Femont, Sept. 29, 1849.
Lester Vandercook's Estate.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of the late
ii Lester Vandercook, are hereby notified that
immediate payment must be made to the under-
signed, or costs will be made.
A COLES, Administrator.
Fremont, May 25. 1850. - 11
iN account of the death' of Mr. Kendall, we
V shall oner our entire stock of Oroods at -
TREMEND 0 US BAR GAIN'S!
including a large lot of Bonnets, Parasols, Summer
stuns, iioots and Snoes, vc. , efce. l ne word has
gone forth and this stock Ur must be sold.
The establishment will remain at present under
tne hrm of Kendall & JN ims.
June 15 ,1850.
WEEDS and Pittsburgh Iron at
" -' -k ' 36 cast half 8 w quar '
.... '" '26 .south west quarter
west hlf s e quar
': 6 11 "cast part w quar -23
east part s w quar
.,12 west hlf 8 w quar -13
west hlf n w quar
WESTEIliV NEW YORK
207 Main Street, Buffalo, Sew York.
DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S ,
Vegetable liiihontiiptic Mixture,
THIS celebrated remedy is constantly increasing
its fame by the many cures it is making
...All. over the World.
It has now become the only medicine for family use
ana is particularly recommenues lor
. ' i r o p s y
All stages of this complaint immediately relieved,
no matter of bow longstanding. (See pamphlet for
G r a v e 1
and all diseases of the urinary organs; for these dis
tressing complaints it stands alone; no other arti
cle can relievo you, and the cures testified to will
convince the most skeptical. See pamphlet. Liv
er complaint, bilious diseases,
Fever nod Ague ,
To the great west especially and wherever these
complaiuts prevail, this medicine is offered.
No Mineral agent,
no deleterious compound is a part of this mixture, it
cures these diseases with certainty and celerity, and
does not leave the system torpid. See pamphlet.
a complaint of a most painful character, is
and a cure follows by a few days use of this article;
it is far before any other preparation for this disease,
or for any other disease originating from impure
blood See pamphlet.
Debility of the System,
weak back, weaknessof the kidneys, &c, or infla
mat ion of the same, is immediately relieved by a
few days use of this medicine, and a cure is always
the result of its use. It stands as
A Certain Remedy
for such complaints, and also for derangements of
the female frame,
painful menstruations. No article has ever been
offered except this, which would touch this kind of
derangements. It may be relied upon as a sure and
effective remedy, and did we feel permitted to do
so, could give
Thousands of Names
as proof of cures in this distressing class of com
plaints; see pamphlet. All broken down, debilita
ted constitutions from the effect of mercury, will
find the bracing power of this article to act imme
diately, and the poisonous mineral eradicated from
Eruptive Diseases ; -will
also find the alterative qualities of this article
Purify the Blood,
and drive such diseases from the system see
pamphlet for testimony of cures in all diseases,
which the limits of an advertisement will not per
mit to be named therein. Agents will give them
away; and they contain 32 pages of certificates of
high character, aud a
Stronger array of Proof,
of the virtues of a medicine never appeared. It is
one of the peculiar features of this article that it
never fails to benefit in any case, and if bones and
muscle are left to build upon, let the emaciated and
Take new Courage,
and keep using the medicine as long as there is an
improvement. The proprietor would
CAITIOX THE PUBIilC
against a number of articles which come out under
the head oi syrups, sarsa pa rill as, &c , as cures lor
Uropsy, Uravel, fee; they are good lor nothing,
aud are only concocted to gull the unwary.
Touch them not.
Their inventors never thought of curin? such dis
eases till this article had done it. A particular
study of the pamphlet is earnestly solicited.
Agents and all who sell the article are glad, to
circulate gratuitously. Put up in 30 oz. bottles at
$2; 12 oz. do. at $1 each the larger holding 6 oz.
more than the two small Dottles. uoo& out ana noi
get imposed upon. Every bottle has Vaughn's
Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture," blown upon the
glass, the written signature oi w. vaugnD,
on the directions, and "G. C. Vaughn, Buffalo,"
stamped on the cork. None other are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. G. C- Vaughn, and sold at the
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to be as reasonable as possible. By strict attention
to business, they hope to merit a liberal share of
public patronage. .
Stables Nearly opposite Norton's Fdundry.
Fremont, December 15, 1843. ....
BRICKS OF SLACKS. -
tT EVBRTB0DT RBAD THIS C KKFIfLLT. TheTS ! SaP-
sapariil tor ue-fir the-diiterem 'iwn cai(ri S. P.- T'wn
end'f Sarronariita. It is advertised as the OK10H NAL, GbN
UiNE, and all tool. This Townflpnd is no doctorand never was ;
but was formerly a worker on railroads, canals, and the like yet
ae sjwumea the title of Ioctwr for ttw purpose of saining erfm
for what he in not. He sovs "he haa attended two medical
schools, and practiced for fifteen years! I" - Now the truth is, h
never practiced medicine a day in hia iife f , Such wiLftd, trick
ed miarepreeentation looks bad to the character and veracity oi
the man. I wish most sincerely, he had never made those state
ments of himself or of me. When will men leam to fee honest
Siid truthful in all their deftlintTa and intercourse with their fel
In men ! He anolied to one Rn?l filatin In jtusiart him in rnanu-
facturin hie mixture, stating the laree sums he would maice, I
as an inducement to embark in the business. These men hav,e
been insulting and libelling me is all possible forms, io order to
ira oress the public with the belief that the Old Doctor's Sarsa- ;
Darills was not the eenuine, original SarsanarWa. mads from
the Old Doctor's Original Recija. This S. P. Townsend savs
I have sold the use of my name for 87 a week. I witl givs him
500 if he will produce one single solitary proof of this. His
statements of Thompson,- Skillman tfc Co,, ara nothing: but a
tiKoe of falsehoods simply made to deceive the public, and
keep the truth down tn regard to his souring, fermenting com
pound. This is to caution the public to purchase none but Old
Dr. JACOB Townsend's Sarsaparilla, having on it the Old Doc-
tuts iiKsneRs, nis j amity joat oj jirmi ana tus ugnsiure acru
the Coat of Arms.
Jrtneipal Office. 102 Nassau-street, 2v. Y. City.
tpx-& JACOB TOWNSEND
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend,
. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER. OF THE
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
Aid Tlr. Tnwmwnd in now ahnntTO vea.r of see. and has tons
been known as the AUTHOR and DISCOVERER of the
GENUINE Oltl&IMAL. " TU VVJStStiJSU HAM-HAPA-RILL
A." Being poor, he was compelled to limit its manufac
ture, by which means it has been kept out of market, and the
ales circrjtHiscriDea to inose oniy wno oaa provea its worm, ana
known iu value. It had reached the ears or many, nevertheless.
dualizes the circulation of the blood. Droductnf a?entte warmth
equally all over the body, and the insensible perspiration; re
lazes strictures and tightness. ie moves all obstructions, and in
visorates the entire nervoo system. Is not this then
-Ml am meoicine yon pre-eminently needs
But can anv of these things be said of S. P. Townsend1 mfai
tier article 1 This young man's liquid is not to be
UUIVLt'AK.fc.U Wl I t TtiJS UL.U UK'S.
because of one GRAND FACT, that the one is INCAPABLE
Of DETERIORATION, and
NEVER SPOILS. -
while the other DOES: souring, fermenting, and blowing th
bottles containing it into fragments ; ths sour, acid- liquid ex
ploding, and damaging other goods ! Mun not thi horrible cora
pound be poisonous to the system 1 What ! put acid into c
system already diseased tcith acid! What causes Dyspepsia
but acid 1 Do we not all know that when food sours ia our stom
achs, what mischief it produces! flatulence, heartburn, palpi
tation of ths heart, liver complaint, diarrhoea, dysentery, colic,
and corruption of the blood What is Scrofula but an acid ho-
in me uwuj v um urotiuces an me numors wnicn Dnng oa
Eruptions ol the Skin. Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
White Swellings, Fever Sores, and all ulcerations internal and
external? It is nothing under heaven but an acid substance,
which soars, and thus spoils all the fluids of the body, more or
ie. wusw lYttcmimiisin out a soar ana acta nuin
which insinuates itself between the joints and elsewhere, irri
tating and inflaming the delicate tissues upon which it actsl
So of nervous diseases, of imnuriiv of the blood, nf dannmul
circulation, and nearly all the ailments which aHlict human na
Now is it not horrible to males and sell. nr1 inKnt!, -
to use this
SOURING, FERMENTING. ACID "COMPOUND' OF &
and vet he would fain have it underairwvf thm nirl n Tnxnh
Townsend's Genuine Original Sarsaparilla, is aa IMITATION
wi ilia juiortwr (jrcpctrstuvii : i
Heaven forbid that we should deal in an article which woula
bear the most distant resemblance to S. P. Townsend's article !
We wish it understood, because it is the absolute truth., that
S. P- Townsend's article and old Dr. Jacob Townsend's Saraapa-
are unlike in every particular, having not one aingle thing ia
As S. P. Townsend is no doctor, end never wna i vn r.a..
1st, no pharmaceutist knows no more of medicine or sjiseass
than anv other common, unscientific nnnmlMMrtnai man arh,.
guarantee can the public hsve that thev are receiving a genuine
scientific medicine, containing all the virtues of the articles used
in preparing it, and which are incapable of chawecs which might
renaer mem tne auew it?oi utsease instead ol health?
But what else should be expected from one who knows nothing
comparatively of medicine or disease? It requires a person oi
some experience to cook and serve up even a common decent
meal. How much more important is it that the persons who
WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFEEBLED SYSTEMS,
should know well the medical Drooerties of oi&nu. thn hR mat.
per of securing and concentrating their healing virtues, also an
extensive knowledge of the various diseases which affect the
human system, and how to adapt remedies to these diseases !
It is to arrest frauds upon the unfortunate, to pour balm inte
wounded humanity, to kindle hope in the despairing bosom, to
restore health, and bloom, and vis-or into the crushed and bro
ken, and to banish infirmity that OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND
has SOUGHT and FOUND the opportunity and means to bring
Grand TJnlversstl Concentrator Rmri
within the reach, and to the knowledge of all who need it that
tney may team ana enow, oy joyiui experience, its
'i ranicenaani rower Co Hestl
as those persons who had been healed of sore diseases, and
savea irom aeam, prociatmea its wonnerrm -
This GRAND AND UNEQUALLED PREPARATION w man.
uractured on tne largest scale, and is called Jar throughout the
length and breadth of the land, especially as it is found incapa
ble of degeneration or deterioration.
Unlike young S. P. Townsend's. it improves with. see. and
never changes but for the better ; because it is prepared on scien
tific principles by a scientific man. The highest knowledge of
Chemistry, and the latest discoveries of the art, have all been
Droueni into requisition in tne manufacture oi uie uia un sar
saparilla. The Sarsaparilla root, it is well known to medical
men. contains manv medicinal DroDerties. and some ororjerties
wnicn are inert or useiess.anu omens, wnicn n reiainea in ore
mrine it for use. produce fermentation, and arid, which ia in-
are so volatile that they entirely evaporate and are lost in the pre
paration, if they are not preserved by a scientific process, known
aw j w imrac expcricHceu iu in uuuiuiiicLurc moreover, UKsa
volatile principles i which fly off in vapor, or as an exhalation, un
der heat, are the very essential medical properties of the root,
which givs to it all its value.
Anv Derson can boil or stew the root till thev- ret a dart col.
ered liquid, which is more from the coloring matter in the root
than from anything else; they can then strain this insipid or
vapid liquid, sweeten with sour molasses, and then call it " SAR
SAPARILLA EXTRACT or SYRUP.'1 But such is not the arti
cle known as the
GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S
This is so prepared that all the inert Dronerties of the Sar
saparilla root are first removed, everything capable of becom-
uiK tu,iu uj- ici iiicutttLiim is eALracieu ana rvitrcieu : men everr
particle of medical virtus is secured in a pure and concentrated
iorm ; ana mus it is renaerea mcapanie oi losing any of its val
uable and healing properties. Prepared in this way, it is made
wo uitwi puwenui nj2em in uw
vure oi lnnumerKDie mseaies. -
Hence the reason why we hear commendations on every side in
its favor by men, women, and children. We find it doing won
ders in the cure of
CONSUMPTION, D JSPBPSTA , and LIVER COM-
COSTtVBNESS. all CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS,
D r A n T T CI T T TT 77? CI 1 II - -T ;
IMPURITY OP THE BLOOD.
It possesses a marvellous efficacy in el) complaints) aristae
'rom Indigestion, from Aciditv of the Stomach, from uneaual
circulation, determination of blood to the head, palpitation of
uie aeon, com reel ana nanas, coia cams ana not uaenes over tne
body. It has not itseauat in Colds and Coughs : and Dromotes
easy expectoration and gentle perspiration, feiaxiiig stncturss of
ne iuub, inruai aiiu every oiner part.
But in nothing is its excellence more manifestly teen and ac
uiowieoaea man in an ainas ana stages Ol
It works wonders in eases of Fluor Albus or Whites, Falling
nj tne rromo, Kjostructeat tyuppressea. or rainjut menses ir
regularity of the menstrual periods, and the like : and is efcciual
in curing all the forms of Kidney Diseases.
it gives tone and strength to the whole body, and thus ewes all
Wervoni Diseases and Deblltfv-.
and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other maladies,
as Spinal irritation. Neuralgia, St. Vitus' JJaneet Swooning-t
Epileptic Fits, Convulsions, Se.
It cleanses the blood, excites the liver to healthy action, tones
the stomach, and gives good digestion, relieves the bowels oi
torpor um coosiipaiton, aiiays inflammation, Dunnes tne skia.
STEPH. BUCKLAND, fe CO., Agents,
Fremont, Sandusky co., O.
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Fremont, May 4, 1S30 8 : ' " . :
'. ,., .'. " ' f
Old Established Remedy
Is now put Bp ia the
LARGEST SIZED E0TTLE3 1
And is acknowledged to be the
" made, as is certified by the
It has performed. The original copies of which are in tlte
possession oi uie prujir iuui .
That Bristol's Is the only
TRUE & ORIGINAL ARTICLE
And is now brought before tlte public in a
Than evr offered by any vender.
The proprietor is determined that the high xeptrrjiTiof
it has acquired for the Inst IS years sliall be maintained,
no mnticr at what sacrifice.
PiirchnteTs must lie careflil, if tney wish the rUHK
EXTRACT of Sarsntmrilia, to call for "Bristol's Original
SarBfiiMiriiln," in Uie largest sized bottles ever oflcred, at
One Dollar per bottle.
New York General Depot, 34 CorUandt-SL
Snfialo AJepot, 225 Xvlain btraet.
ICT Or!er addressed Ww. BrRR, New-York, or C. C.
Bristol. Buiialo, will meet with prompt attention.
This valuable Medicinal preparation
from any simple "Extract of SarsapariHa" or eommos
purifving Mcdieine. It is a compound of many of the
iaOST CLEAN81IVG MEDICINES,
With nriurfi actins direct-In ox the Kidnens. or havinc im
mediate reference to the relief and continued belthy one
ration of some internal organs. It contains article
which enter into no otner ra-cparation in existence, a no
IT IS VS RITA LLE D
In purifyin and refreshing effects, by airy Medicine in
the world. It is put np 4
IN LARGE BOTTLES,
Is eery pleasant to the taste, and is more concentrated,
STRONGER, BETTER ASD CHEAPER
Than any other in market. Persons who have takon
"Snrsnparillas" bv the gallon, without relief, nave born
radically cured, by using two or three bottles.
This is the only Compound in which Sarsa(ari!!a, Wild
Cherry and Dandelion are so prepared, to ofser the pecu
liar virtues of each, in combination with pure Extracts
of other healing articles in a highly concentrated state.
Its ingredients are
And are such roots and harks as are found though chiefly
affecting certain parts in their general tendency to pro
duce the moat cleansing and heeding eeets.
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE
To cure many diseases. Dropsies. Kidney Complaints, &c.
draw oil" Watery Humors from the Blood, or corrupt anj
irritating secretions of diseased organs from li -e Ixxfy,
without the thorough opphatios oh thi Kidjtrys, m
caused bv this Medicine. No other extract even pretrmAs
to this effect. In fact this very operation for which it i
particularly compounded, diners from all otiier prepara
tions, and makes-it the best compound in existence.
: IJV ALL CASES OF DROPSY,
Use this medicine. It -will relieve. " It hits atred ichem
life itself was despaired of. It contains articles that tru'l
curs if anything con, and takes the only method to make
permanent cures. This Remedy
PURIFIES AND DRIVES OVT
AH impure and gross humors, not only by work ins riirtr t
lyon the blood, but by restoring each orcan to healthy
vigor, and especially increasing the action of those which
draw from the body, and lastingly remove all -
IMPURE CK DISEASED FLUIDS.
All diseases or ijrinntin jj in n tepn.vwt setm of-the vltnl
Quids, Eruptionsr Ulcers, Sores, Cotk-ctioa of Watery
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD,
Will find this the beat alterative, an nwtclerttin!?
-ftrcine. fnr. before, aw other in. invigorating ejj'ecl: II
has worked some of the greatest cures oi JDjetrostrt oi U.e
Urinary Organs, '
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS,
Bladder, &c. A splendid diuretic.' Ifo extract is se
for Weakneses of tne Kidneys, Wens: B.tcK, Kctentroti or
Involuntary flow of Urine, Burning or Scalding, ie&a
Utry Emissions, orother irritability, Rsmkmber, Ut only
Medicine that heals these parts. In Scrofulous liabits a!"
be System, iLax and weakened states,
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS. '- -Wasting
diseases of the Lungs, Pains in the Breast, Sec,
the sooOiing Pectorals and bructug Tonics, lieol tite lUiiis
most kindlv, and strengthen the "body, whiJe the acrid
humors that load the system are cleansed. 'Ike relieving
action? of the Kidncv is marked in Lang disease, it is
warranted superior ' to any preparation Suartea attacks
from Exposure are certainly cured. -
FEMALE COMPLAINTS, -For
Irregular, Sup-jreseed or painful Menstrual ifB, Fhfr
Albus, Uterine Diseases, or any eerangenient ol tJ;e fe
male Frame. It never disappoints expectation. A etfw
mon medicine trill reach these derangement: ? This C'
pound contains certain Roots, the best and only on4hat
should be used. It cures the most aggravated forms.
GENERAL DEBILITY AND DECLINE,
t will refresh immediately. A few days' use will con
vince tlie incredulous. The appetite increased the
nerves so quiet-H&ptnts raised aud new. Pure and Rieii
Biood takes the place of vitiated aud corrupt.
USE IT IN YOUR FAMILIES.
Von will never be without it. It wHl do mere tjowVand
cure more speedily, the hundreds of petty diseases, vUi
Bowel Complaints, Impure Blood, fcc than any thing
you have ever tried. Look at Certificates. The Weak
est Infant or most delicate Female eon take it with per
; BEAR IT IN MIND,
That this is the only medicine that has ever enred the low,
wearing Ship Fbvsb, as attested by Me ontha of some
thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledge
THERE IS SOMETHING IN IT.
Where obstructions of the organs have caused deposits,
Or Stone in the Bladder, this medicine has been wd
with astonishing success. For Certificates: of Cures of
this or any disease, see Pamphlet of cures.
THE "WORST FORMS '
Of Diseases of the STOMACH and BOWELS, Costive
ness, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, &c. For Bowel Com
plaints fl can be- relied em as a certain remedy. Al,
wheu accumulation of bile has caused
Jaundice, ice., or when tbey are coming on. lake this attd
you are safe. It carries off the corrupt bile rapidly, hy
the natural channels, and eases immediat-ely. It lias cured
Of years standing as certificates testify, ft always giees
setisfaelioit. Try it. Great Physicians prescribe atK-aye
diuretics. This compound is excellent Dandelion stone
is almost specific.
LOOK FOR TESTIMONY,
On the pages of our Pamphltts, or columns of our paper.
A list of as influential names has never been riven m
support of any Medicince. We havr there indisputable
testimony Of the certain cure of every disease we mention.
The meet thorough investigatton is requested. Giul A
PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers or a?k their opm.on
and you too will use it. It will affect you dillerent frt
my other, and we think' it will do you more good.
STEPH. BUCKLAND, & &0, Agents
For SaodosKj- cuauty
Wm. Whipp, Bellevoe, - t
T. Daniels, Toledo,
Hamilton & McCentory., Republic, .
-" M cCulloch & Thorp, Sandusky
V. H Bover, Tiffin, ; ... '
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